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13818 Autodesk Inventor 2012 Learning Guide Description-final[1]

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Autodesk Inventor 2012 Learning Autodesk Inventor 2012

Description
Learn the fundamental principles of 3D parametric part design, assembly design, and creating production-ready ® ® part and assembly drawings using Autodesk Inventor . Hands-on exercises representing real-world, industryspecific design scenarios are included.

Pages Trial CD Onscreen Exercises Prerequisites

Vol.1 – 412; Vol. 2 - 496 Yes Yes No previous CAD experience is necessary. Working knowledge of the following: • Drafting, design, or mechanical engineering principles. ® ® ® ® • Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows XP.

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Suggested Duration Objective
4 days

Provide users with a thorough understanding of the principal 3D design, validation, and documentation processes necessary for developing products using Autodesk Inventor. After completion, users will: • • • • • • Capture design intent by using the proper techniques and recommended workflows for creating intelligent 3D parametric parts. Create, place, and constrain custom and standard components in an assembly. Simulate mechanisms, animate assembly designs, and check for interferences. Document designs using base, projected, section, detail, and isometric drawing views. Document assemblies using standard and exploded drawing views. Follow drafting standards while dimensioning and annotating drawing views with automated balloons and parts lists.

and Constraining Components • • • • Placing Components in an Assembly Constraining Components Placing Standard Components Using the Content Center Basic Part Design in an Assembly Interacting with an Assembly • Identifying Parts in an Assembly • Analysis and Motion Tools • Presenting Your Assembly .Who Should Attend New Autodesk Inventor users. In this Guide Getting Started • Autodesk Inventor User Interface • View Manipulation • Designing Parametric Parts Basic Sketching Techniques • Creating 2D Sketches • Geometric Constraints • Dimensioning Sketches Basic Shape Design • Creating Basic Sketched Features • Intermediate Sketching • Editing Parametric Parts • 3D Grip Editing • Creating Work Features • Creating Basic Swept Shapes Detailed Shape Design • Creating Chamfers and Fillets • Creating Holes and Threads • Patterning and Mirroring Features • Creating Thin-Walled Parts Assembly Design Overview • Designing Assemblies • Using Project Files in Assembly Designs Placing. Creating.

Inc.. and Leaders • Revision Tables and Tags Annotating Assembly Drawings • Assembly-Centric Bill of Materials • Creating and Customizing Parts Lists • Creating Balloons Drawing Standards and Resources • Setting Drawing Standards • Drawing Resources  Note: The suggested class duration is a guideline. in the USA and/or other countries. All other brand names. Topics and duration may be modified by the instructor based upon the knowledge and skill level of the class participants. Symbols. All rights reserved. Annotations. © 2009 Autodesk. and Tables • Automated Dimensioning Techniques • Manual Dimensioning Techniques • Annotating Holes and Threads • Creating Centerlines. product names. Autodesk reserves the right to alter product offerings and specifications at any time without notice. and is not responsible for typographical or graphical errors that may appear in this document. or trademarks belong to their respective holders.Basic View Creation • Drawing Creation Environment • Base and Projected Views • Section Views • Detail Views • Crop Views • Managing Views Dimensions. . Inc. Autodesk and Autodesk Inventor are trademarks or registered trademarks of Autodesk.

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